Questions about Malaysia Visa

All Indian citizens planning to travel to Malaysia are required to apply for one of the Malaysia visa types. Those planning to visit for a short stay for tourism are first required to submit an Electronic Travel Registration and Information (eNTRI) application. The eNTRI was introduced in March 2017 in order to facilitate Indian tourism […]

The Malaysia eVISA was introduced to make obtaining a travel authorization to Malaysia faster and easier. At the same time, it helps Malaysian authorities to streamline and strengthen border control, making border document checks smoother and quicker. The new electronic visa system is expected to boost tourism and motivate international travelers to make Malaysia their […]

Foreign nationals visiting Malaysia for tourism with an electronic visa sometimes wonder how to verify whether their eVisa for Malaysia is authentic or fraudulent. Inquiries on the subject have grown since a number of individuals carrying altered or falsified Malaysian visas were arrested for illegally altering the documents as well as staying longer than they […]

The Malaysia eVisa allows visitors to spend up to 30 days in Malaysia. It is does not permit visitors to exceed this period of stay. There are legal consequences to overstaying visas in Malaysia which can include fines and deportations. Visitors who wish to stay for longer than 30 days can reapply for another Malaysia […]

Applicants need to pay a fee using a credit card to submit their application. The process is very simple, applicants just need to enter their card details such as the number, expiry date, and security code. The payment is the final step of the original application. Before making the payment, applicants must enter all of […]

The Malaysian eVisa is a single-entry visa which allows visitors to spend up to 30 days in the country. However, Indian nationals are also eligible to apply for a multiple-entry eVisa. Please note, visitors can only use the single-entry eVisa to enter Malaysia once, it cannot be used to leave and reenter Malaysia. Visitors who […]